tL J <±y VOLUNTEERS David Anger David Gitlin Noele Krenkel Peggy Sheehan Ken Atkins Herbert Goldstein Mitch Landy Mark Shwartz Stan Axelrod Harry Goodfellow Larry Liberman Sylvia M. Siegel Michael Barclay May Halliburton Rick Lewis Sandy Silver Anita Barrows Lois Hansen Larry Mandella Linda Siskind Larry Bartlett Bill Hay Jerry Heverley Richard Mattison Peggy Smith Vic Bedoian Tom Marioni Denny Smithson Roberta Small Sharon Sonsteng Jenny Stone Chris Strachwitz Valerie Stubbs Lauren Bern John Brenneis George Higgins Glenn Howell Kathy McAnally Dan McClosky Ian Brown Ellen Brownstein Larry Jackson Phil Jackson Alan McKittrick Dave Meggysey Julie Moldo Jean Molyneaux Richard Paige Richard Pettier R. Michael Pollard Herb Childs Jim Clarkson Bill Collins Carolyn Craven Laurence Cushing Deborah Janone Melvin Jahn Jim Jones Lee Jones Lewis Jordon Deborah Sweeney Bennett Tarshish Bert Thomas Judy Tolson Raul Torres Ellen Dubrowin Jeff Echeverria Phil Elwood Joshua Jeff Kamen Dennis Karlstad Arthur Regan Pat Roberto Mark Rodgers Allan Ulrich Sam Watkins Tpd Watkins Tony Feinberg Michael Karp Frank Roesch Ben West Richard Friedman Marty Gallen Gene Kettner Norma Kirmmse Eric Schilling Stephanie Schubert Liz Scott Norah Whiton Connie Wiggins Jolly Blue Giant Stella Kowalski Portia Shapiro Sonia Wise /kV' ! •^iip^N mk i'-- - 1 •.'■••..'/ •A£j£* i> '^ u ■ - . • . ' ""'• 7 NATIONAL BOARD OF PACIFICA FOUNDATION *U\^r Honorary Chairman R. Gordon Agnew D.D.S., Ph.D. retired Director Jody Blazek, C.P.A. Vice President Henry M. Elson, Attorney Treasurer George Fox, Construction Executive President Carolyn Goodman, EdD. 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Subscriptions are $24 a year, $12 for students, and retired and unemployed people. KPFA broadcasts twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (except for the hours of 1 to 8 am each Saturday morning when the transmitter is shut down for maintenance) with a power of 59,000 watts at 94.1 MHz. KPFB broadcasts simultaneously with KPFA at a power of 1 50 watts to areas of Berkeley which do not re- ceive KPFA. KPFA is owned and operated by the Pacifica Foundation, which also owns and operates stations WBA1 FM 99.5 in New York, KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angeles, and KPFT FM 90 in Houston. Pacifica Foundation was estabhshed in 1946 and is incorporated under the laws of the State of California. Application to mail at second- class postage rates is pending at Berkeley, Ca. <8 Copyright 1972 Pacifica Foundation all rights reserved Tuesday 1 6:00 7:00 is away. 9:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours Denny Smithson holds it together while Bill Morning Concert : George Cleve SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 6 in C major Kertesz, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra [CS 6773] ; WALTON: Facade Ashcroft, Schofield, Walton, London Sinfonietta [ZRG 649] ; RACHMANINOFF: Symphonic Dances Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra [Y 31246] . 1 1 :00 Morning Reading The Melville Trip: Discovery Without Conquest- I. On the occasion of Herman Melville's 153rd birthday, Ernest Landhauer presents the first of three programs de- voted to some of the author's lesser known works. 11 : 30 Mind's Ear: Astrology and The Process of Individuation A talk by astrologer/composer/metaphysician Dane Rudhyar about bringing astrology to terms with analytical psychology. 12:30 Asian Media A new program, broadcast in English at this time Tuesday and Thursday each week. It's subject: in- formation about the Asian communities. [A New Series] 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 current. Open Hour Left open so that we can bring you something The Berkeley City Council Broadcast live on KPFB, 89.3 fm with Tracy Johnston reporting. For exact time of meeting call the Berkeley City Clerk. 7:30 Elwood's Archives 8:00 Writer's Radio Jacob Weiber, co-director of poetry at Inter- section hosts this program with novelist and balladist Marilyn Hoff, and poet Paul Goepfert who will present some of his recent work based on the Tarot. 8:30 Cable Television and Public Access: Who is What to Whom? Is CATV going to be a vast closed-circuit wasteland? Listen In as those involved talk about The Possibilities. [A Special Report] Rebroadcast: 8/18 9:00 The Radio Two radio dramas produced in STEREO. Leo Tolstoy's God Sees the Truth, but Waits followed by Fate Knocks on the Door, the story of Beethoven drawn from a script written for radio during World War II. They were adapted by Charles Potter and David Rapkin. [WBAI] 10:00 Unlearning to Not Speak Rae Lake Costos, the "Bard at Large" at KPFT in Houston visited us recently and recorded this program of poetry, original as well as that of Edna St. Vincent Millay. Her theme is spiritual freedom and the rebirth of the human soul. Produced by Lois Hansen. 11:00 Larry Bensky Larry is on vacation, but his program trucks along with jazz and whatever. 3:00 Out to Lunch Todd Tolces plays the griddle (and wins). 3:00 Afternoon Music: The Recorded Art of Victor de Sabata Allan Ulrich will introduce recordings by the second greatest Italian conductor of the century, all of them out of print in America. DEBUSSY: Jeux; STRAUSS: Death and Transfiguration; VERDI: Manzoni Requiem. 5:30 Commentary: Officer Elliott Blackstone Of the San Francisco Police, Community Relations Department. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Welfare Rights and Wrongs With Dave Chavkin. Wednesday 2 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours Denny Smithson fills the chair (and the air) while Bill Schechner is on vacation. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve PUCCINI: Suor Angelica (opera in one act) Carteri, soprano; Pace, contralto; Previtali, RAI Orches- tra & Chorus [CETRA 50030 (57)] . AUGUST 1972 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading The Melville Trip: Discovery Without Conquest- II. Aaron Kramer reads and discusses three ignored Mel- ville poems representing the phases of his career, the sea, European travel and the Civil War. 11:30 Land and Power in California— I This important series of broadcasts was inter- rupted by political events the first time around. Today, George Ballis, journalist, tells who owns the land which is agricultural California and what this means to those who work it. 12:30 Consciousness Raising A live-on-tape session of a CR group, followed by phone calls from listeners. The idea is to make CR available to those who cannot meet with a group of their own. 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: TV News: The Happiness Boys Alan Farley and Joe Belden explore the idea that laughs at 1 1 PM do not a newscast make. 3:00 Afternoon Music: 150° in 150' Warren Van Orden, Wayne Shorter, Miles Davis, Weather Report. 5:30 Commentary: Cherie Gaines Berkeley's acting City Attorney, Law Professor at the University of San Francisco, member of the Co-op Board, and in her own adjectives, "tough black mother." 6:00 TheKPFANews 7:00 The Bay Area Institute Marty Gellen and Franz Schurman, with sharp analysis of the war. 7:30 Cabrillo Festival Our retrospective of this classical music event continues, starting a bit earlier this month to make room for longer performances. Tonight: FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Orfeo Ed Eurydice Carole Bogard, Francesca Howe, Walter Carringer, Vahan Tollajian; Gerhard Samuel. Cabrillo Festival Chorus and Orchestra. Recorded in 1965. [STEREO] 10:00 Inside Out A new series from and for the Third World community: Wednesday nights from 10 to 1 , and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 12:30 until 1 :45. Produced by Yolanda De Freitas. [A New Series] 1:00 Loophole Radio theater late at night. Thursday 3 6:00 7:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson, who rousts you gently while Bill Schechner is on vacation. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve J.S. BACH: Lute Suite No. 2 Bream, guitar [LSC 2896] ; ELGAR: Symphony No. 1 in A flat Barbirolli, Philharmonic Orchestra (S-60068] ; J.S. BACH: Lute Suite No. 1 Bream, guitar [ LSC 2896] . 1 1 :00 Morning Reading The Melville Trip: Discovery Without Conquest- III. Ernest Landhauer concludes this series with a program of Melville's lesser known poetry, prose and non-fiction. 11:30 Mind's Ear Dane Rudhyar talks about bringing astrology to terms with analytical psychology. 1:45 News Headlines 12:30 2:00 3.00 Asian Media Reports from the Asian community. [A New Series] Open Hour Something too recent to list. Afternoon Music: Charles A mirk ha man Music of Swedish composers. EMIL SJORGREN: Sonata No. 2 in e for Violin & Piano, Op. 24 (188); ALLAN PETTERSSON: Sonatas Nos. 1,3,6 & 7 for Two Violins; BENGT EMIL JOHNSON and LARS-GUNNAR BODIN: Vietnam; GOSTA NYSTROEM: Sinfonia del Mare (1946-48). With special thanks to STIM (Sweden's ASCAP) Director Per-Olof Lundahl for making these re- cordings and many others available to KPFA. 5:30 Commentary: Charles Brousse Chairman of the Larkspur Town Meeting and social critic, with a special interest in the environment. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Sports: Dave Meggysey Dropped out pro football player gets behind the shuck which is sports and reveals some realities. (Don't listen for the baseball scores.) KPFA FOLIO 7:30 Left a Good Job in the City .. . Thousands of people have moved from the city to the country in the last few years, searching for some- thing better, or at least something different. Some of them live in Mendocino County and Fran Watkins went there for the Communications Fair and Jamboree and asked many ex-city folks how and what they're doing. [A Special Report] Rebroadcast: 8/9 8:00 The Colossal Anachronism: American Foreign Policy in the 70's This year's Asilomar Conference focusing upon East-West and Third World relations. The program features an exceptional speech by Max Frankel of the New York Times. Reported by Helga Lohr-Bailey. 9:00 The Wild Water This fall the Corps of Engineers announced a plan to dam up the Stanislas, one of Northern California's last wild rivers. A suit is pending to save the river. Dennis Rice examines the controversy. [A Special Report] 9:30 Live Music And it comes from the Boarding House, one of the foremost clubs in the Bay Area. The performance is generally folk, jazz or blues and sometimes rock. 11 :00 Joshua: The Uhu Sleeps Only During the Day A musical trip which departs following the Boarding House set. 3:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM Continuous musical creativity. Phone in requests 'till 8 AM. Friday 4 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading A Novel in the Form of 9 Letters by Feodor Dostoevsky. Maurice Argent and Michael Linenthal per- form this comic work, with production by Clay Grillo. Adapted by Erik Bauersfeld. 1 1 :30 Land and Power in California- II Paul Taylor, professor emeritus of agricultural economics at UC Berkeley was the originator of many ideas that were discussed at these hearings. His historical perspective, which is the topic of his testimony, is com- plete. John Henning is the AFL-CIO California President; he talks about the role of labor, the Bank of America and others. Peter Morrison, working for RAND, tells why peo- ple want to go from the country to the city. 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak "Man the Hunter" and Other Myths Are men "naturally" dominant? Are women really the "weaker sex?" A group of women who've been looking into these and other questions will discuss their research and answer your questions (phoned in on 848-4425). 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: BART: Mystery Train A look at Bay Area Ra- pid Transit and what it will and won't do, and for whom. 3:00 Afternoon Music: DeLeon Harrison African and Afro-American folk art forms. 5:00 Commentary: Sylvia Siegal She does for consumers what consumers don't have time to do for themselves. 5:30 Commentary: Bruce Franklin The radical's radical, representing the Central Committee of Venceremos. 6:00 The KPFA News 6.00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson, who returns to a fami- liar spot (Friday mornings, that is). 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve SULLIVAN: The Pirates of Penzance Produced and directed for records by Martyn Green [VICS 6007]. 7:00 Washington Report From our bureau in the Nation's Capitol, inside information on what's happening there. 7:30 The Women's News And it isn't recipes. Our weekly report of devel- opments relating to feminism. 8:00 Venetian Music from the Felicity Facility A drifting dance of sound from the vicinty of infinity. (Earphones suggested.) AUGUST 1972 8:30 Men , Women and Tenors Lily Pons, A Remembrance Bud Cary visits with Lily Pons at her home in Palm Springs. The famous soprano discusses her life on and off the operatic stage. Included is an unpublished tape of three songs recorded last year which resulted in her recent engagement with the New York Philharmonic. 10:00 Cruisin' with Lenny and Carl Time for boogie to Rock V Roll from the Big 94. (Translation: a program of 50's oldies.) 11:00 Various Folk Live folk music, just like the title says with Larry Bartlett. 1:00 White Noise Saturday 5 8:00 Morning Concert PIERNE: The Children's Crusade (oratorio) Toronto, Mendelssohn Choir and Toronto Symphony; A Thrilling "musical legend," it is Pierne's largest-scale work recorded at an actual performance. Romantic in music, but contemporary in literary content. 10:00 Inside Out From and for the Third World community. [A New Series] 1 1 00 Reflecciones de la Raza In English and Spanish, news, entertainment and reports of cultural importance from La Raza com- munity. 1:00 Oneness Roland Young and Glenn Howell guide a 12- hour excursion into Third World consciousness as ex- pressed in reporting, poetry, commentary, the arts and a wide range of music. 1:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM Mellow sounds from now until the morning Sunday 6 8:00 Magical Mystery Tour Is coming to take you away, if you're young or young at heart. Nancy Segeler and her pal Waldo capture young imaginations until 9. But don't go away, the fun continues with stories and songs till 10. 10:00 Carlos Hagen An audio essay from the master of the art. 1 1 :00 Jazz, Blues and Phil El wood 1 :00 A Month of Bloody Sunday's In late March, the British government suspended the Parliment of Northern Ireland, and instituted Direct Rule, in an attempt to defuse the explosive situation. WBAI reporters Neal Conan and Paul Fischer went to Ul- ster to investigate the aftermath of the British Initiatives. Here is their report. [WBAI] 1:30 The History of Music: Alan Rich 4:00 Chinese Media 5:30 Commentary: Society for Individual Rights On the more conservative end of the Gay Lib- eration spectrum. 6:00 German Press Review With Helga Lohr-Bailey. 6:30 TheKPFANews 7:00 Susannah Music and Libretto by Carlisle Floyd; conduc- ted by Julius Rudel. Presented by Melvin Jahn. Following the opera, the review staff will interview Richard Houdek, the new Publicity Director of the San Francisco Opera. 10:30 sandy silver/communication 3:00 George Higgins: Wizardry KPFA FOLIO Monday 7 6:30 TheKPFANews (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve R. STRAUSS: "Die Frau ohne Schatten" Suite Leinsdorf, Philharmonia Orchestra; PENDERECK: Passion According to St. Luke Woytowicz, Hiolski, Ladysz, Bartsch, Czyz, Tolzer Boychoir, Cologne Radio Orchestra and Chorus [VICS6015]. 11:00 Morning Reading T)ie Man with a Flower in his Mouth by Luigi Pirendello. Adapted and performed by Erik Bauersfeld; technical production by Clay Grillo. 11:30 Land and Power in California— III U.S. Rep. Jerome Waldie of Contra Costa Coun- ty and Jerry Fielder, a Reagan appointee who is director of the California State Department of Agriculture. Waldie, to the surprise of many in the room, made a vigorous at- tack on agribusiness. More surprising yet was Fielder's statement that conglomerates have an edge over the small farmer, mainly because of tax advantages. Waldie is a Democrat and Fielder, a Republican, and their statements may be taken, to some extent, to represent the views of their parties as well as themselves. Excerpted from the live KPFA broadcast of January 1 1 . 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak By, for and about women. 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: Cable Television and Public Access: Who is Doing What to Whom? Dennis Karlstad reports on CATV, it's problems and its possibilities. Wild Water A report on the shakey future of the Stanislaus River. Produced by Dennis Rice. 3:00 Afternoon Music: Alan Farley Charles Munch Conducts BACH: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 [RCA LM 21 81]; RAVEL: Bolero [RCA LM 2664] ; MOZART: Concerto in A for Clarinet, K. 622 Goodman, clarinet [VICS 1402] ; HONEGGER: Symphony No. 1 (1930). All recordings are by the Boston Symphony Orchestra; the program also includes the second installment of George Cleve's reading of Munch's book, I Am a Conductor. 5:30 Commentary: Berkeley Police Department Community Relations Division 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Sacramento Report Kirk Smith, our resident expert on the goings- on in our state capitol, reports. 7:30 Soviet Press and Periodicals William Mandel reports on developments in the USSR. 8:00 Free Music Store: New York Music Company The New York Music Company. (William Ham- ilton, proprietor) are heard in a program which includes electronic music by Alfredo del Monaco, vocal selections by the American Vocal Quintet, and Francis Poulencs' Sexuor performed by Etzuko Tazaki and the Hallas Wood- wind Quintet. Recorded by the Music Department of WBA1. [STEREO] 11:00 Open Hour Time left open to talk about the latest developments. 11 :00 Larry Bensky Jazz and guests while Larry B's on vacation. 3:00 Homesick James Soulful sounds to carry you through the night. Tuesday 8 6:00 TheKPFANews (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve MONTEVERDI: Madrigals Boulanger, vocal and instrumental ensemble  ; BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 4 Kondrashin, Moscow Philharmonic Orch. [S 60061]. 11:00 Morning Reading On Philosophical Style -I by Brand Blanchard. Peter Mac Donald reads this classic essay on how philoso- phers can make themselves understood. 1 1 :30 Mind's Ear: Rae Lake Costos Known as the "Bard at Large" on Pacifica's Houston station, Rae Lake Costos visited Berkeley in AUGUST 1972 June. She speaks with KPFA's Lois Hansen about the neglected feminine component of the human soul that is currently re-emerging as mankind strives towards the truly androgenous being. 12:30 Asian Media Reports from the Asian Community [A New Series] 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Open Hour 3:00 Afternoon Music: Cavalli's La Calisto Arthur Regan suggests that you do yourself a favor and listen to this new recording of a seventeenth century comedy starring Janet Baker and the Glydebourne cast directed by Raymond Leppard. Try it! 5:30 Commentary: Sharon Damron Of the Bay Area Council for Jail Reform. 6:00 TheKPFANews 7:00 Latin American Report By the North American Committee on Latin America. 7:30 Elwood's Archives Berkeley City Council Broadcast live on KPFB, 89.3 fm with Tracy Johnston reporting. For exact time of meeting please call the Berkeley City Clerk. 8:00 The General Assistance Program "If You Think Being on Welfare's Bad ..." General Assistance is the name given to the county's public aid program for the most destitute of the poor. Does G.A. serve these people, meet their needs and help them to solve their problems? Questions such as these will be answered in this special report by Laurie Sims. Rebroadcast: 8/9, 8/14 8:30 The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh A dramatic presentation of the personal cor- respondence of Vincent Van Gogh adapted from The Complete Letters of Vincent Van Gogh (New York Gra- phic Society). Produced by David Rapkin, adapted by Bonnie Bellow and Terry Shtob with musical directed by James Irsay. Performed by John Lithgow and Co. (WBAI] [STEREO] 9:00 Music in America Chris Strachwitz and his massive collection of Americana. 10:00 Unlearning to Not Speak Produced by the KPFA women. 1 1 :00 Larry Bensky Larry B. rides again (but only in spirit, since he's on vacation). A guest host tonight. 3:00 Out to Lunch Todd Tolces with music and other goodies. Wednesday 9 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson, who teaches you the six times table. 9: 00 Morning Concert : George Cleve GADE: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, op. 5 Hye-Knudsen, Royal Danish Orch. [TV 340525] ; GRIEG: Poetic Tone Pictures, Op. 3 Viktor Yeresko, piano [SR 40193] ; BRANT: Symphony No. 1 Swarow- sky, Vienna Symphony Orch. [DS 6416] . 1 1 :00 Morning Reading On Philosophical Style— II by Brand Blanchard. Read by Peter MacDonald. 11:30 In One Ear and Out the Other A look at the human mind, how it works and how it should/could work. Included are scientific/spirit- ual/musical inputs which focus one's head on one's head, such as: R.D. Laing, Harry Partch, Loudon Wainwright III, Ben Johnston, Swami Vivekenanda, Tom Lehrer, Roxy Morgan, Germaine Greer and others. 1:00 Will Charles Boone Please Step Forward? Berkeley composer Charles Boone talks with KPFA's Charles Amirkhanian about his music and about the situation of west coast composers. We hear his Oblique Formation (flute & piano), A Cool Glow of Radiation (flute & tape) and Starfish (clarinet, flute, two violins, two percussion players and piano). 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: "Left a Good Job in the City ..." A program about those who have gone to find a new life in the coun- try -and what they've found. If You Think Being on Wel- fare's Bad ... A program about General Assistance, the catch-all category from the same folks who brought you welfare. KPFA FOLIO 3:00 Afternoon Music: 150° in 150' Warren Van Orden continues the French anthol- ogies of Fats Waller's music. 5:30 Commentary: Margot Dashiell Of the Berkeley Black Caucus and the Berkeley Planning Commission. 6:00 TheKPFANews 7:00 The Bay Area Institute Marty Gellen and Franz Schurman, with sharp analysis of the war. 7:30 Cabrillo Festival Our retrospective continues. Tonight: Lou Har- rison's Rapunzel (1966). Ruth Onstadt, George Baker, Donna Petersen; Gerhard Samuel, Cabrillo Festival Orch. [STEREO] 8:30 The Reagan Mystique Call it genius, charisma or schmaltz-whatever you call it, it's a style that sells. In one short half hour we examine the talents that have made Ronald Reagan one of the nation's most successful politicians. Produced by Kirk Smith of Pacifica's Sacramento bureau. Rebroadcast: 8/14 9:00 Con Poetry Read by many of those who wrote it, the poet- ry of convicts. Recorded earlier this year in San Francisco at Glide Memorial Church. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve BRITTEN: The Turn of the Screw Pears, Vyvyan, Hemmings, Cross, Britten, The English Opera Group Orchestra [RS 62021 ) . 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading On Philosophical Style— 1U by Brand Blanchard. Read by Peter MacDonald. 1 1 :30 Mind's Ear: The History and Philosophy of Buddhism Lew Lanchester argues that Buddha was the only founder of a world religion who was an atheist. From the Religions of Man series sponsored by San Francisco's First Unitarian Church. [ Big Sur Recordings] 12:30 Asian Media Reports from the Asian Community [A New Series] 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Open Hour 3 : 00 Afternoon Music : Susan Ohori — «^ Thunder in the middle of the lake. New music — «^ influences the past. 5:30 Commentary: Hal or Anne Draper Of the Independent Socialist Committee. 6:00 The KPFA News 10:00 Inside Out From and for the Third World community. Pro- duced by Yolande De Freitas. [A New Series] 1:00 Loophole Shifting gears, those Pacifica rascals do some ra- dio theater for you (so who else would it be for?). Real- ized live by Clarkson, McKittrick, Brenneis and Karp. Thursday 10 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson. Today, lessons in shoelaces. 7:00 Media Monitor Alan Farley and/or Larry Lee keep track of doings in media. 7:30 What's a Nice Guy Like You Doing u\ a Place Like This? Bob Kuttner and Danice Bordett talk with congressmen who seem as out of place in the Capitol as you or I. Today we hear Republican Sam Steiger of Ari- zona and Democrat Bob Eckhardt of Texas. 8:00 The Mayonnaise Jew A look at contemporary Jewish life in America, as viewed by two younger members of the Jewish com- munity, Bernard Timberg and Brad Burston. 8:30 Kilgore Trout Fishing in America Larry Josephson and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., author of Slaughterhouse- Five, talk about his books, life, death, suicide and other human pasttimes. [WBAI] 10 AUGUST 1972 9:30 Live Music From the Boarding House, a top blues, jazz or rock act. [STEREO] 1 1 :00 Joshua: The Uhu Sleeps Only During the Day He rousts himself here and sets off with music. 3:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM Friday 11 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours Denny Smithson dissects a raisin on the air. Another not-to-be-missed scientific first. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve OFFENBACH: Orpheus in the Underworld Soloists and chorus, The Paris Philharmonic Orchestra, Renee Leibowitz, conductor [SX 204] . 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading A Guide to Marriage and Generation. Byron Bryant leads us on safari through this Victorian house- hold treasure. 1 1 :30 Land and Power in Calif ornia-IV Harry Miller, Berge Bulbulian, Al Krebs and Charles Davenport. Bulbulian is a small farmer from the Fresno area. Davenport, a tax lawyer, talks" about the ways conglomerates exploit their size. Krebs talks about land gTabs. From the Senate hearings on Land Distribu- tion and Agricultural Labor in California held in San Francisco. 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak Feminist issues presented by the KPFA women. 1 :45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: The Mythology of Electronic Journalism An investigation into the structures and con- ventions of broadcast journalism, produced by the Net- work Project. [WBAI] 3:00 Afternoon Music: Charles Amirkhanian Recent new works by living composers, includ- ing Glass World by the remarkable British composer Anna Lockwood. 5:00 Commentary: George Ballis A journalist who talks about land ownership and who has the power in California. 5:30 Commentary: Tish Sommers and Mary Jean Suelzle Of the National Organization for Women. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Washington Report A report on happenings in our nation's capitol from our Washington bureau. 7:30 The Women's News 8:00 Richard Benjamin An interview with the star of the recently re- leased film version of Portnoy 's Complaint by Margo Skinner and Alan Farley. It includes a fascinating story about the meeting on the set of Catch 22 when Mike Nichols directed Orson Welles. 9:00 Old Radio Theatre A program of highlights from the best of radio's music, news, variety, comedy and dramatic shows. Fea- tured are George Burns and Gracie Allen, Frederick Jagel, Ed Wynn, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Judy Canova and W.C. Fields. A portion of the program features actress Sondra Gair in conversation with host Bud Cary. 10:00 Cruisin' with Lenny and Carl Get out your saddle shoes and get ready to go, 'cause Rock and Roll is here to stay. 11:00 Various Folk Larry Bartlett with live music and good vibes. Tune in and sing along. 1:00 Loophole Steve Hawes appears as the mad engineer who tries to work magic on our aging transmitter. Tune in tomorrow morning to see if he succeeded. KPFA FOLIO 11 Saturday 12 8:00 Morning Concert: 1971 Budapest Music Weeks-I KAMILLO LENDVAI-URBAN GYULA: Orogenesis (oratorio); PROKOFIEV: Piano Concerto No. 1 Rudolf Kerer, piano; TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo and Juliet Overture. Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ervin Lukacs. Recorded October, 1971, and broadcast courtesy of Magyar Radio Es Televizio. The first of twelve broadcasts. 10:00 Inside Out From and for the Third World community. 1 1 :00 Reflecciones de la Raza 1:00 Oneness Roland Young and Glenn Howell guide a 12-hour hour excursion into Third World consciousness as ex- pressed in reporting, poetry, commentary, and the arts. 1 :00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM 6:00 Indochina Report A bi-weekly news summary and analysis of events in Southeast Asia produced by the Asia Informa- tion Group. 6:30 The KPFA News 7:00 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde The STEREO tape of a live performance at the Salzburg Easter Festival 1972. Herbert von Karajan con- ducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. (Tape courtesy of Deutsche Welle). Your host: Allan Ulrich. Tristan Jon Vickers Isolde Helga Dernesch Brangaene Christa Ludwig Kurwenal Walter Berry King Marke Karl Ridderbusch Sailor Peter Schreier Shepherd Gerhard Unger Melot Bernd Weikl 11:00 sandy silver/communication A late start this week because of a long opera. 3:00 George Higgins: Wizardry Sunday 13 Monday 14 8:00 Magical Mystery Tour Nancy Segeler and her side-kick Waldo reappear to lead children of all ages on another journey of music and fantasy. 10:00 Carlos Hagen An audio essay from a master of the art. [ KPFK] 1 1 :00 Jazz, Blues and Phil El wood 1 : 00 The Plough and the Stars A live production for radio of the Sean O'Casey play performed by a cast assembled and directed by John Lithgow, with technical production by David Rapkin. [WBAI] 3:30 The History of Music: Alan Rich 4:30 Chinese Media In Mandarin and Cantonese, for the Bay Area Chinese community. 5:30 Commentary: Winston Leyland And/or colleagues from the Gay Sunshine Collective which produces the homosexual newspaper of that name. 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours Denny Smithson once again subs for Bill Schechner. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve PURCELL: "King Arthur" Suite Peters, Collegium Aureum [VIC S-1432] ; FURTWANGLER: Symphony No. 2 in E minor Furtwangler, Berlin Phil- harmonic [DGG 181 14 1 . 11:00 Morning Reading Tlie Case of the Speluncean Explorers-] by Lon L. Fuller. From the Harvard Law Review, February, 1949, comes this famous decision on cannibalism from the Supreme Justices in the Court of Newgarth in the year 4300. 11:30 Land and Power in California -V Dan Rosenberg of the Sierra Club and Gerald Meral of the Environmental Defense Fund argue against concentration of land. R.J. Paffard of the Bureau of Reclamation and Ralph Brody of Westlands Water District say land holdings are being broken up. 12 AUGUST 1972 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak The KPFA women with their program of feminist issues and ideas. 1:45 News Headlines 3:00 Homesick James Soulful sounds from James, who gently brings it all back home. 2:00 Special Reports: The Reagan Mystique or how our revered Gov- ernor does his thing. The General Assistance Program "If you think being on welfare's bad ..." 3:00 Afternoon Music: Alan Farley Love that Mozart In a recent issue of The New York Review of Books, pianist Charles Rosen reviewed The Life and Death of Mozart by Michael Levey, and in the process mentioned four works that he considered among Mozart's greatest. Those works are the basis for today's concert: String Trio (Divertimento) in E Flat Major, K. 563, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 9 in E Flat Major, K. 271, Viola Quintet in C Major, K. 515 and Fantasia in C Minor for Piano, K. 475. 5:30 Commentary: Berkeley Public Access Committee Discussing the uses of Cablevision. 6:00 The KPFA News Tuesday 15 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson substituting for Bill Schechner. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve TELEMAN: "Pimpinone" Cianella, Wenk, Rilling, Bach Collegium, Stuttgart (TV 341248]; MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 9 in E flat, K. 271 Buchbinder, piano, Teutsch, Warsaw Chamber Orch. [SLT43 125 B]. 7:00 Convention Preview The latest we have as the G.O.P. gets ready to meet in Miami. Also on Thursday and Friday at this time and more often if developments warrant. 7:30 Soviet Press and Periodicals William Mandel presents his analysis of what is happening in the Soviet Union. 8:00 Free Music Store: John Hammond and Larry Johnson An evening of song at the Free Music Store. Produced by the Music Department of WBAI. [STEREO] 9:30 Cable Television Meets the Public Access A review of cable technology and the uses hoped for by groups interested in citizen initiated pro- gramming. 10:00 Open Hour Important events do not always schedule themselves ahead of time. In anticipation of this, we leave this time open. 11.00 Larry Bensky Once again, its time for Larry B. and his bag of tricks and music and whatever else he comes up with. 11:00 Morning Reading The Case of the Speluncean Explorers -II by Lon L. Fuller. 1 1 :30 Mind's Ear: Steve Gaskin A former guru in the Bay Area, has moved to Tennessee. This morning he talks about his trip, physical and spiritual. 12:30 Asian Media Reports from the Asian Community 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Open Hour Something timely, normally from the Public Affairs department. 3:00 Afternoon Music: Roland Young Condensed space. Music of the Art Ensemble of Chicago. 5:30 Commentary: San Francisco Sheriff's Office 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Welfare Rights and Wrongs With Dave Chavkin. KPFA FOLIO 13 7:30 Under the Gun Radio comedy and satire produced by those crazy neighborhood kids from Pacifica/New York. The Berkeley City Council feroadcast live on KPFB 89.3 fm with Tracy Johnston reporting. For the exact time of meeting please call the Berkeley City Clerk. 8:00 Writers Radio Bay Area writers read their own work, much of it specially written for radio (and so the title of this program). 9:00 The Red Star Singers: A Political Band A Bay Area group whose music reflects a rev- olutionary understanding of the use of music as a tool to help change society. This program will include dis- cusions about their music as well as excerpts from pre- vious concerts and recording sessions. 10:00 Unlearning to Not Speak The KPFA women with their regular program of feminist issues. 11:00 Larry Bensky Larry is on vacation but the jazz and guests roll on. 3:00 Out to Lunch That fellow in the spattered shirt? That's the cook (Todd Tolces). Wednesday 16 6:00 7:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson, who today does the show in pantomine. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve SCHUBERT: Symphony No. J in D Kertesz, Vienna Philharmonic Orch. [CS 6772); COPLAND: Piano Fantasy Masselos, piano [ML 5568) ; SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 7 in C Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic [DGG 139032]. 11:00 Morning Reading The Case of the Spelunecan E.xplorers-lU by Lon L. Fuller. 11:30 Land and Power in California- VI Delores Huerta, the Vice-president of the United Farmworkers Organizing Committee, testifies in Washington about the problems and goals of the UFWOC. 12:30 Consciousness Raising A taped session of a CR group, followed by live call-ins on 848-4425. Hopefully this will make it possible for women listening to share the experience. Produced by Jan Legnitto. 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Germaine Greer Meets the National Press Club Ms. Greer, professor of English literature, lec- turer and author of The Female Eunuch, spoke at a luncheon meeting of the National Press Club in Wash- ington, which, until the beginning of 1971, was not open to women. She discussed women and the press, politics, bureaucracy, touching on everything from male castration to vaginal sprays. 3:00 Afternoon Music: 150° in 150' Loudon Wainwright III is heard along with Otis Spann. 5:30 Commentary: Kit Bricca Of the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee. 6.00 The KPFA News 7:00 The Bay Area Institute Marty Gellen and Franz Schurman discuss the war in Southeast Asia. 7:30 Cabrillo Festival Our retrospective series of this classical music event continues. Tonight, BEETHOVEN: 33 variations on a Waltz of Anton Diabelli, op. 120. Bernhard Abramowitsch, piano. 8:30 Twenty Years of Schoolin' and . . . You went to school and got your B.A. in Biology, your teaching credentials, your Ph.D. in His- tory, and now you drive a taxi? Hear from others who, by choice or by necessity, number among the "under- employed." Rebroadcast: 8/18 9:00 Women and the Media In June, the Sacramento chapters of the National Organization for Women and the American Civil Liberties Union sponsored a panel discussion about the portrayal of women by the broadcast and print media in the state capitol. Speakers include the N.O.W. Statewide Media Task Force coordinator, a representative of the Women's Caucus of the Sacra- mento Newspaper Guild, a media instructor from the California State University at Sacramento and a repre- sentative of the ACLU. Produced by Hansen, Janone and DuBrowin for KPFA. [A Special Report] 14 AUGUST 1972 10:00 Inside Out From and for the Bay Area Third World community. 1:00 Loophole Tonight, we again bring you another live radio drama, direct from our studios. The excitement runs high as our players try to deal with a microphone gone mad. Thursday 17 5:30 Commentary: Dennis Allen Of the American Friends Service Committee. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Convention Preview Late news from Miami, where the Pacifica people have re-assembled in order to cover the re-nom- ination of RMN. Tonight and tomorrow we'll keep track of demonstrators, protestors, delegates, etc. Next week live coverage each evening (Monday through Thurs- day) from 6 to 7 PM-and if the unexpected happens, we'll stay with it. 6:00 7:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours While Bill is still off in the Ozone somewhere, Denny Smithson keeps you up in the air. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve PALESTRINA: The Pope Marcellus Mass Willcocks, King's College Choir, Cambridge [S 60187] ; CARTER: "Pocahontas" Suite Monod, Zurich Radio Orchestra [LC 3850] ; R. STRAUSS: Horn Concerto No. 1 in E. flat Op. 11 Bloom, horn; Szell, Cleveland Orch. [LC 3841]. 1 1 :00 Morning Reading The Poetry of D.H. Lawrence. The Cande- leria recording of Frieda Lawrence reading a selection of her husband's poetry including Ship of Death and Invocation to the Moon. 1 1 :30 Mind's Ear: Groups and Other Cannibals Dr. Joe K. Adams uses his background in so- cial psychology to dissect encounter groups and other such gatherings. [Big Sur Recordings] 12:30 Asian Media Report from the Asian community. [A New Series] 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 3:00 Open Hour Something of current interest. Afternoon Music: Charles Amirkhanian Cross Reference: an afternoon of devotional music recorded in the First Methodist Church, Quito, Ecuador. 7:30 What's a Nice Guy Like You Doing in a Place Like This? -II Second in a series of insider's views of what goes on in the hallowed halls of our government. Bob Kuttner and Danice Bordett of Pacifica's D.C. Bureau talk with Democratic Congressmen Andrew Jacobs of Indiana and Benjamin Rosenthal of New York. 8:00 The Trial of the San Quentin Six After George Jackson's death last August, six Third World prisoners and a white Berkeley attorney were charged with conspiring to help him escape and to commit murder. Tonight we try to find out why Jack- son was killed and how these seven men were involved. Although we cannot talk with the defendants themselves, we'll hear from friends, family and defense attorneys as well as prosecutors and prison officials. When the prison doors are open, the real dragon will fly out. -Ho Chi Minh. [A Special Report] Rebroadcast: 8/21 9:00 Stick with Us and We'll Make You a Star This is a half hour of time left open for you out there to call us up and talk with us or each other about KPFA. Ask questions, make speeches, praise, criticize or whatever. (Just keep it clean.) The number is 848-4425. 9:30 Live Music From the Boarding House, John Hartford. It's live, in STEREO, and almost as good as being there. 11.00 Joshua: The Uhu Sleeps Only During the Day Which means he's up at night and brings you you music. 3:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM An all night set. KPFA FOLIO 15 Friday 18 7:30 The Women's News 6:00 7:00 9:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Denny Smithson. Morning Concert: George Cleve Baroque Guitar Bream, guitar, selections by Sanz, Bach, Sor, Weiss, Visee [LSC 2878] ; VIVALDI: Beatus Vir, Stabat Mater, Credo Verrett, mezzo-soprano, Antonelli, Polyphonic Ensemble of Rome, Fasano, I Virtuosi di Roma [LSC 2935). 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading Byron Bryant discusses the fascinating past- time of keeping a diary and reads pages from unpub- lished memoirs in his collection. 11:30 Land and Power in California -VII Several speakers address themselves to the problems of land ownership by migrant laborers, in- cluding Manuel Leon, himself a former farm laborer. Peter Barnes, the West Coast editor of The New Re- public provides a coherent summary of the issues raised at these hearings. 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak The women speak. 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: Cable Television Meets Public Access The future of citizen initiated programming. Twenty Years of Schoolin' and ... A report about the underemploy- ed in our society. 3:00 Afternoon Music: DeLeon Harrison African and Afro-American folk art forms. 5:00 Commentary: Keith Murray Ecology and politics. 5:30 Commentary: Dick Meister Active in labor and political affairs. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Convention Preview A look at what's happening in Miami in the closing moments before the start of the Republican Con- vention. Next week, we will be on live from Miami at 6 PM. 8:00 Writers and Writing With Cynthia Sears. Today, Lawrence Durrell, author of the Alexandria Quartet, reads How to Buy a House from his award winning book about life in Cyp- rus, Bitter Lemons. Also in this program, recorded in France and Los Angeles, Durrell speaks about other serious published works and reads some very unserious (and probably unpublishable) verse. [KPFK] 9:00 Old Radio Theatre Bud Cary presents the Phillip Morris Playhouse starring Marlene Dietrich in "The Lady of the Lake." A backstage look at the career of a famous movie actress who commits murder and almost gets away with it. Part 2 on this evening is devoted to the "Lady Esther Screen Guild Players" and features Pat O'Brien and Carol Lom- bard in Brother Orchid. 10:00 Cruisin" with Lenny and Carl Roll out your white bucks and Rock... 11:00 Various Folk Larry Bartlett hosts a show of live folk music. Stamp your feet, clap your hands and sing along. Saturday 19 8:00 Morning Concert Kirsten Flagstad: American Farewell Performance, March 20, 1955 Excerpts from Fliegende Hollander, Walkure, Parsifal, Tristan & Goetterdammerung, plus Wesendonck Lieder. With symphony of the air (NBC) under Edwin MacArthur. Madame Flagstad's last American Perfor- mance, donated to save Toscanini's great orchestra. 10:00 Inside Out From and for the Third World community. [A New Series] 1 1 :00 Reflecciones de la Raza In English and Spanish, reporting, entertainment and the arts from La Raza community. 1:00 Oneness Roland Young and Glenn Howell guide a 1 2- hour excursion into Third World consciousness as ex- pressed in reporting, poetry, commentary, the arts and a wide range of music. 1:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM Goes on, and on, and on. 16 AUGUST 1972 Sunday 20 8:00 Magical Mystery Tour Nancy and Waldo, the Bay-living funny voiced sidekick of Ms. Segeler, keep you company. 10:00 Carlos Hagen An audio essay from a master of the art. [KPFK] 11:00 Jazz, Blues and Phil Elwood 12:30 The Blood Jet is Poetry: The Life and Work of Sylvia Plath This program drew lots of mail asking for a re- broadcast, so here it is. A superb consideration of the feminist poet, her poetry and her person. [WBAI) 3:30 The History of Music: Alan Rich 4:30 Chinese Media In Mandarin and Cantonese, for the Bay Area Chinese community. 5:30 Commentary: Daughters of Bilitis A lesbian organization. 6:00 German Press Review With Helga Lohr-Bailey. 6:30 The KPFA News 7:00 The Superart: Michael Barclay The Music of Alva Henderson Alva Henderson was born and raised in Cal- ifornia and before the age of thirty he had completed his first opera, Medea based on the brilliant American play by Robinson Jeffers. He has written much for the voice including several wonderful settings of Shakespeare songs and is now at work on his second and third operas, Tlie Tempest and Suddenly Last Summer. Medea will have its world premiere at the San Diego Opera on November 29, 1972, with Irene Dalis in the title role. Michael Barclay discusses Medea, Dalis, opera, Kurt Herbert Adler and "gall" with this extraordinary young operatic composer. 10:00 sandy silver/communication 3:00 George Higgins/Wizardry KPFA FOLIO 17 wm 24 different coffees. . . amongst which an excellent "caffeine-free." Green and black teas from India, Ceylon and China. 2124 Vine St., Berkeley California (415-841-0564) 899 Santa Cruz Ave., Menlo Park, Ca. (415-325-8989) TURN ON TURN IN TUNE UP Complete repair and maintenance for all Volkswagens. Used cars, too UNITED VOLKS WORKS Two S. F. Locations 501 Taraval Street 566-0130 624 Stanyan Street 668-3313 SOVVft6\WL The finest in Stereo Hi-fi' and Qustom Babinetry SALES and SERVICE 843-7031 2342 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley 94704 18 AUGUST 1972 Elephant Monday 21 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. A massive welcoming party, complete with brass band, is scheduled to cele- brate Bill's return. One person shows up. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve BARTOK: Piano Concerto No. 3 P. Serkin, piano, Ozawa, Chicago Sym. [LSC 2929]; SCHUBERT: Divertissement a la hongroise Demus and Badura-Skoda, pianists [VICS 1329]; BERWALD: Sinfonie Capricieuse Dorati, Stockholm Philharmonic Orch. [VOCS 1319]. 11:00 Morning Reading From upstate Vermont. A delightful example of the Public Address as folklore. Mr. Francis Colburn delivers a speech to a group of New England doctors during which he gives his impression of a graduation ad- dress at a public school in Burlington, Vermont. 1 1 : 30 Consumerism : Exciting Trend or Exaggerated Problem? Remarks of Virginia Knauer (the President's special assistant for consumer affairs), H. Bruce Palmer (president of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc.), and James Turner (one of Nader's original raiders and now co-director of Consumers' Action for Improved Food and Drugs). Recorded at the St. Mary's College's 15th annual Executives' Symposium February, 1972. Taped by Dennis Rice of KSMC. 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak By and for women. 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Special Reports: The Trial of the San Quentin Six An investi- gation into the death of George Jackson and con- spiracy charges leveled against those who allegedly help- ed plan his escape. 3:00 Afternoon Music: Alan Farley Peter Rejto (cellist) and Madeline Bruser (piano) in an exciting KPFA Benefit Recital recorded May 5, 1972, at the Berkeley Piano Club. BACH: Sonata No. 3 in g; SCHUMANN: Fantasiestucke, Op. 73; DEBUSSY: Sonata (1915); BEETHOVEN: Sonata, Op. 5, No. 1; DEFALLA: Suite Populaire Espagnole (1925); GINASTERA: Pampeana No. 2 (1951). 5:30 6:00 Commentary: Loni Hancock Member of the Berkeley City Council. The Republican National Convention The Pacifica people are back in Miami and broadcasting live. We've only scheduled an hour each night, not expecting much of a fight over the nomina- tion. But if demonstrations lead to confrontations we are technically prepared to continue live broadcasting from the scene for as long as necessary. Our coverage is tonight through Thursday from 6 to 7, and a re- broadcast of that hour from 10 to 11 (for those who either missed it, or want to re-live it). If you heard our special kind of reporting (people, not plastic voices) last month, we expect you'll be back. And if you mis- sed it, this is your last chance until 1976. 7:00 The KPFA News An hour late, tonight through Thursday, due to the convention. 7:30 Soviet Press and Periodicals William Mandel with his regular program of information about the USSR. 8:00 Free Music Store Roland Hanna, piano; Clarence "Scoby" Stromin, drums; and Ron Carter, bass. Romantic jazz with just plain beautiful melodic content held together by solid structure and some of the most sensitive drum- ming we've heard. Recorded by David Rapkin and pro- duced by WBAI. [STEREO] 9:00 The Mendocino County Communications Conference and Jamboree County-consciousness-raising up north. Record- ed impressions, low noise, high output. Experienced by Dennis Karlstad on June 24th and 25th. [A Special Report] 9:30 The Richard M. Nixon Devotion Hour This week the offerings are by and about Shelley Berman, who starts in the soon-to-be-released film biography of Mr. Nixon, "I Want to Make One Thing Perfectly Clear." 10:00 Convention Review The highlights of the first day of the Republican convention. 1 1 : 00 Larry Bensky Larry is away, but his show will endure. 3:00 Homesick James U KPFA FOLIO 19 BBP '***■ \< Tuesday THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION ^»w • K w 6:00 7:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner, who shows slides of his three weeks in exotic Sacramento. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve SCHUBERT: Sonata in A, Op. 162 D. Oistrakh, violin; Bauer, piano [SR 40194] ; PERGOLES1: "La Serva Padrona" Miljakovic, soprano; Suss, bass; Koch, Staats- kapelle, Berlin [SLT 43126] ; SCHUBERT: Fantasia in C, Op. 159 D. Oistrakh, violin; Bauer, piano [SR 40194]. 11:00 Morning Reading The art of conversation: Joyce Grenfel and Peter Ustinov discuss "accents" with examples from their distinguished repertoire. This is followed by a conversation between Vic and Sade on the subject of Christmas Cards, recorded during one of their radio broadcasts in the late thirties. 11:30 Mind's Ear: The Value of Psychotic Experience Julian Silverman looks positively at the psychotic and discusses productive types of therapy. [Big Sur Recordings] 12:30 Asian Media A program of information about the Asian communities in Northern California. [A New Series] 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Open Hour 3 : 00 Afternoon Music : G.S. Sachdev Recorded Indian music from the KPFA archives and comments on performers and performances. 5:30 Commentary: David Bortin An East Bay attorney whose topic is usually "Law and Order." 6:00 The Republican National Convention Pacifica covers it live and direct, with emphasis on protest and how the G.O.P. and the authorities are handling it. Scheduled for an hour, but open ended if necessary. 7:00 The KPFA News The Berkeley City Council Broadcast live on KPFB, 89.3 fm with Tracy Johnston reporting. For the exact time of the meeting please call the Berkeley City Clerk. 20 AUGUST 1972 Elephant 7:30 Ry Cooder The musician most responsible for the current popular use of the old-blues-bottleneck guitar style. He talks about his experiences in very commercial rock pro- ductions, his influences on the Rolling Stones and some of his own recordings. [WBAI) 9:00 Music in America Chris Strachwitz with some goodies from his seemingly endless supply of blues, folk and the simply unusual. 10:00 Convention Review We rebroadcast our early-evening coverage so you can catch up if you were unable to listen earlier. 11:00 Larry Bensky But he's in Miami! (Ah, you've noticed. Well, the show goes on, and with a guest host.) 3:00 Out to Lunch Todd Tolces with a late-night Bromo. Wednesday 23 6:00 7:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. Bill reveals that he could have had the nomination but he couldn't leave his cats. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve PROKOFIEFF: Symphony No. 5 in B flat. Op. 100 Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic [DGG 139040]; Rachmanninof plays CHOPIN: Sonata in B flat minor. Op. 35, a selection of waltzes, nocturnes, mazurkas [VIC 15341. 11:00 Morning Reading The Notebooks of Henry James— \. Erik Bauersfeld selects from James' notes and ideas, some of which became stories and novels. 11:30 Stick with Us and We'll Make You a Star That is to say that we've left this time open for you. Call us up (415-848-4425) and say what you like about KPFA. On the air feedback, live and direct. Frankly, it's an experiment. (Keep it clean.) 12:00 Traditional Japanese Music An introduction and six compositions for koto prepared by NHK, Radio Japan. [STEREO] 1:45 News Headlines 2.00 A Women's Cry A montage of music and selected readings from George Sand to Joan Didion depicting the joys, sorrows, fears and frustrations of being a woman. The readings by Julie Adams, Jo Haskin, Selma Lawrence, Norma Connelly and Barbara Kraft blend together to make a beautiful poem by, to, for and about women. (KPFK STEREO] 3:00 5:30 Commentary: Ron Lai Representing the Asian American Community Alliance and a coalition of West Berkeley neighborhood organizations. 6:00 The Republican National Convention Live from Miami Beach, Pacifica's coverage of the renomination of the President. We leave that to the other media and we'll turn our attention to the expec- ted alternate convention of demonstrators, officials, authorities, on-lookers and so on. We've scheduled an hour but we're ready to go longer if needs be. 7:00 The KPFA News Delayed tonight by the preceding special broadcast. (As will be the case tomorrow also.) 7:30 Cabrillo Festival MOZART: La Clemenza di Tito Betty Allen, Carole Bogard, Ruth Onstadt, Dorothy Cole, Walter Car- ringer, Vahan Toolajian; Gerhard Samuel, Cabrillo Fes- tival Chorus and Orchestra, 1966. [STEREO] 10:00 Convention Review A rebroadcast of our live coverage earlier this evening, for those who missed it. 11:00 Inside Out An hour late tonight because of our convention coverage. The program is from and for the Third World community. [A New Series] 1:00 Loophole An easy out to your day -live radio theatre (just like the Republicans in Miami Beach but at con- siderably less cost). 1* Afternoon Music: 150° in 150' Manitas de Plata et al with Warren Van Orden. KPFA FOLIO 21 m Thursday 24 6:00 TheKPFANews (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. On his fourth day back from his vacation, Bill wonders if anyone ever realized that he was away? This morning, he will feed Larry Lee's mice on the air-another Pacifica first! ,*■ 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve LOEFFLER: A Pagan Poem Stokowki, his Symphony Orchestra [S 60080]; BRITTEN: The Poet's Echo (Pushkin) Vishnevskaya, soprano, Rostropovich, piano [OS 26141] ; SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 5 in D minor, op 47 M. Shostakovich, USSR Sym. Orch. [SR 40163|. 11:00 Morning Reading The Notebooks of Henry James-U. Read by Erik Bauersfeld. Usable Music I; WILLIAM MARALDO: 3/5 Silence and Slow Time; GESUALDO: Moro lasso al mio duolo (orch. Moran); MORTON FELDMAN: Madame Press Died Last Week at 90; IVAN TCHEREPNIN: Peace for Howard, "Les Adieux." [STEREO] 10:00 Convention Review A re-cap of what happened today in Miami. 11:00 Joshua: The Uhu Sleeps Only During the Day 3:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM An all night set. Friday 25 & tfba 2 1 1 : 30 Mind's Ear: Who Is Sai Baba? Richard Bock, of the Sai Baba Center in Los Angeles, speaks with Amanda Folger about the guru master Avatar, his work and life. [KPFK] 6:00 > 12:30 Asian Media Reports from the Asian community. [A New Series] 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Open Hour v/i Left open so that we can bring you something \, hot from the oven. 3:00 Afternoon Music: Susan Ohori Which is more musical, a truck passing by a factory or a truck passing by a music school? 5:30 Commentary: Steve Ladd Of the Peace Brigade, a group dedicated to the proposition that social change can come without violence. 6:00 The Republican National Convention Live from the Pacifica convention team in Miami Beach. 7:00 The KPFA News 7:30 New Music Ensemble Concert Recorded May 12, 1972, at the De Young Mu- seum, and conducted by the Ensemble's retiring direc- tor, Howard Hersh. ROBERT ASHLEY: Wolfman; GYORGY LIGETI: Continuum; DOUGLAS LEEDY: The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve SCHUBERT: A program of piano music and songs in the intimate style of the historic "Schubertiads," Ameling, soprano; Demus, Hammerflugel of 1835 [VICS 1405] ; SCHUBERT: Quintet in C major. Op. Posth. Stern, Schneider, violins; Katims, viola; Casals, Tortelier, 'celli [M 530069]. 11:00 Morning Reading The Notebooks of Henry James-\\\. Selections read by Erik Bauersfeld. 1 1 :30 Women's Suffrage Day August 26th is Wc ,ien's Suffrage Day, the 52nd anniversary of the day Am ,can women got the right to vote. For the women of Ki FA, August 26 is also the first anniversary of the day the\ asked for-and got-several hours of scheduled programming pre-empted so they could present programs by and about women. Six weeks later, they began KPFA's regular women's program, Un- learning to Not Speak. Today, in honor of both anniver- saries, the women of KPFA will present five and one-half hours of special programming for and about women. News Headlines will not be heard today due to Women's Suffrage Day programming. 3:00 Afternoon Music: Yolanda De Freitas Here's something to set you on your ears. 22 AUGUST 1972 5:00 Commentary: American Civil Liberties Union Jay Miller describes current cases the ACLU finds important. 5:30 Commentary: Ronald V. Dellums A report from Congressman Ron Dellums' office office (7th District) about Washington doings. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Women's Suffrage Day The Status of Women in Broadcasting The women of KPFA will present a special doc- umentary on the status of women in the media industry in the Bay area. The emphasis will be on women getting into decision making positions in broadcasting and there- by influencing the image of women presented on radio and television. They will be speculating on why they haven't made greater inroads into the media in the last few years, and will discuss practical ways in which this can be rapidly changed. Washington Report will not be heard this evening. Live discussion and phone-ins on issues raised in the pre- ceding hour's documentary, The Status of Women in Broadcasting. 9:00 Old Radio Theatre The Lux Radio Theatre. "The Phantom of the Opera" featuring Nelson Eddy, Susannah Foster and Basil Rathbone in an excellent radio adaptation of the classic Hollywood thriller. 10:00 Cruisin' with Lenny and Carl Doing what with whom? Why listening to old Rock 'n' Roll with our resident recallers of robust rhythms, that's what! 1 1:00 Various Folk: Larry Bartlett Folk sounds from around the Bay Area. 1:00 White Noise KPFA FOLIO 23 THE WAYSIDE For discussing seriously the problems of living . . . THURSDAY - SUNDAY 11 am - 2 pm JOIN US, OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION: j. at water 341 St. Helena Hwy. So. 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Recorded October 5, 1971. 10:00 Inside Out From and for the Third World community. [A New Series] 11:00 Reflecciones de la Raza In English and Spanish, reporting, entertain- ment and the arts from La Raza community. 1:00 Oneness Roland Young and Glenn Howell guide a 12- hour excursion into Third World consciousness as ex- pressed in reporting, poetry, commentary, the arts and a wide range of music. 1:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM Continuous musical creativity. Sunday 27 8:00 Magical Mystery Tour Nancy Segeler and Waldo the scaly one arrive in the studio on a flying frog. Then, its fun and games for the young ones until 10. 10:00 Carlos Hagen An audio essay from a master of the art. [KPFK] 11:00 Jazz, Blues and Phil El wood 1.00 Goat-Risk and Swan-Trust Glosses Ernest Landauer reads from several volumes of his unpublished poetry. 1:30 Raga Yaman G.S. Sachdev, master flutist from North India, and Carolyn Strauss, author of Earth Below, Heaven Above in a concert and reading based on this newly- published book from Scribner's. 2:30 A Portrait of Henryk Szeryng The internationally famed violinist discusses his relatively late emergence as a concert artist as well as his first love-teaching, with George Cleve. The pro- gram includes music by Bach and Brahms. 4:30 Chinese Media In Mandarin and Cantonese, for the Bay Area Chinese community. 5:30 Commentary: The Rev. Ray Broshears Of the Gay Activists Alliance. 6:00 Indochina Report Produced by the Asia Information Group. 6:30 The KPFA News 7:00 The Long Russian Winter: Mlada: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Mlada is the fairy-tale opera-ballet originally commissioned to be written by members of "The Five" but later scrapped due to lack of funds. It takes on its present form by way of revisions and additions by Rimsky-Korsakov. Mstovoi Aleksei Korolyov Voislava Tatyana Tugarinova Yaromir Vladimir Makhov Morena Nina Kulagina Moscow Radio Chorus and Orchestra; Yevgeny Svetlanov, conductor. Produced by Larry Jackson [Melodiya D-0101 89/96). 10:00 sandy silver/communication 3:00 George Higgins: Wizardry Monday 28 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. Today's guest, Georgia's Governor Maddox, urges Bill to eat a peach for peace. 9:00 Morning Concert: George Cleve DELIUS: A Mass of Life Harper, Watts, Tear, Luxon, Groves, London Philharmonic Choir and Orch- estra [SB 3781]. 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading Memories, Dreams, Reflections-l. Selections from the autobiography of Carl Gustav Jung begun in 1957 when he was 81 years old, and continued until shortly before his death on June 6, 1961. 26 AUGUST 1972 11 :30 Nicholas Johnson on "Communication and Populism" The "new consciousness" FCC Commissioner, Nicholas Johnson spoke to the National Women's Demo- cratic Club in Washington last April. This is what he told them. 12:30 Unlearning to Not Speak 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Goddamn Uncle Sam: Get Out of Our Country An interview with two Vietnamese students from South Vietnam, who discuss aspects of their strug- gle, especially in the student movement and its repres- sion by the Thieu regime. They sing Vietnamese songs at the conclusion. [KPFK] 3:00 Afternoon Music: Alan Farley San Francisco Symphony Recordings RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Introduction to "Le Coq d'or, " BRAHMS: Alto Rhapsody Marian Anderson, soloist; D'INDY: Istar- Symphonic Variations; BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2 in D. All these selections were recorded in 1945 under the direction of Pierre Monteux. Today's program also includes an interview with Felix Kuhner, who recently retired as Assistant Concertmaster after over thirty years with the orchestra. 5:30 Commentary: Mike Culbert Editor of the Berkeley Daily Gazette. Conser- vatives can, too! 6:00 The KPFA News Tuesday 29 7:00 7:30 Sacramento Report With Kirk Smith of our Sacramento bureau. Soviet Press and Periodicals William Mandel makes his weekly report on the USSR. He often takes calls from listeners on 848-4425. 8:00 Free Music Store Country fiddlin' presenting the Apple County String Band, Kenny Boseck and friends, Alan Block and Bill Garbus and the incredible Tex Logan. Produced by Tom Whitmore and the Music Department of WBAI. Re- corded March 11, 1972. [STEREO] 10:00 Open Hour 11:00 Larry Bensky Larry is scheduled to return tonight, but, like Pacifica, he often runs late. Tune in, and find out if he makes it. 3:00 Homesick James Soul, soul, and more soul. 6:00 7:00 9:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. Morning Concert: George Cleve KALINNIKOV: Symphony No. 2 in A Svetlanov, USSR Symphony Orch. [SR 40132] ; BORODIN: Symphony No. 2 in B minor Kubelik, Vienna Philharmonic [S 60106] . 1 1 :00 Morning Reading Memories, Dreams, Rcflections-U. Selections from the autobiography of Carl Jung begun at the age of 81. 1 1 :30 Mind's Ear: Ashrams, Yoga and Meditation Swami Hridayanada, the "mother" of Sivananda Ashram in India, and world-famous eye surgeon, talks with Amanda Folger and Carl Heussen- stamm about her life and work. [KPFK] 12:30 Asian Media Report from the Asian communities. 1:45 News Headlines 2:00 Open Hour Left open so that we can bring you something current and topical. 3 : 00 Afternoon Music : Herb Child s Today's concert explores the music of the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu (1890-1959). It will include his Memorial to Lidice, Piano Quintet, Five Madrigal Stanzas and The Prophesy of Isaiah. 5:30 Commentary: Officer Elliott Blackstone Of the San Francisco Police, Community Relations Department. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Welfare Rights and Wrongs With Dave Chavkin. The Berkeley City Council Broacast live on KPFB, 89.3 fm with Tracy Johnston reporting. For the exact time of the meeting please call the Berkeley City Clerk. 7:30 Elwood's Archives KPFA FOLIO 27 Tuesday 29, continued 1:45 News Headlines 8:00 Understanding Muni What is the real financial condition of San Francisco's Municipal Railroad? Is it safe? How good or bad is the service? Does it run on schedule? What are the working conditions of the drivers? These are some of the questions considered in this program on the Muni. Pro- duced by Alan Farley. 8:30 Promise Her Anything . . . and give her whatever she'll buy. A look at the cosmetics industry and its influences on the physiology and psyche of the consumer. (Recommended for those who generally thing the "Before's" look better than the "After's.) 1 0: 00 Unlearning to Not Speak The KPFA women. 11:00 Larry Bensky Jazz, guests, politics and Larry B. 3:00 Out to Lunch Todd Tolces with music and other early morning treats. Wednesdayso 6:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) 7:00 The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. Today, Bill trims his hair on the air. Another radio first. 9 : 00 Morn ing Concert : George Cleve Today and tomorrow, George presents' music from the KPFA collection that you have asked to hear. 1 1 : 00 Morning Reading Maybe more of Carl Jung's autobiography. 1 1 : 30 Oakland Museum Songs Concert A dazzling festival of art songs by California composers. They are Charles Griffes, David Del Tredici, Janice Giteck, Leonard Klein, Earl Kim, Carl Ruggles, Barry Taxman, Robert Hughes, Anne Kish, Charles Amirkhanian, Jules Langert, David Amram, Donald Wal- ker, Wayne Peterson, Ernst Bacon, Lou Harrison and Henry Cowell. Presented by Donald Cobb at the Oakland Museum on March 19, 1972. [STEREO] 2:00 Special Reports: Promise Her Anything A look at the cosmetics industry, especially for those who prefer the "Before's" to the "After's." 3:00 Afternoon Music: 150° in 150' Some relatively early music from John Coltrane and some unusual early Jazz selections. Presented by Warren Van Orden. 5:30 Commentary: Cherie Gaines Berkeley's acting city attorney, professor of law at the University of San Francisco, member of the Co-op Board, and m her own favorite adjectives, "a tough black mother." 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 The Bay Area Institute Reports about Southeast Asia. 7:30 Be Sure to Bring Your Trailer... Once upon a time, when Lake Berryessa was beautiful and serene, the Bureau of Reclamation turned over it's management to Napa County, who then fran- chised it to eight contractors. They rent the land as permanent mobile home sites to the exclusion of the public. Now, however, the Federal government may reclaim the lake. Dennis Rice of KPFA reports on the controversy. [A Special Report] 8:00 Master Class with G.S. Sachdev The noted Indian flutist and teacher will devote tonight's program to stringed instruments of India. 10:00 Inside Out A program from and for the Third World community. [A New Series] 3:00 Loophole Tonight, our late night radio theatre has a big surprise for you. That's all we'll say about it now, since we at Folio don't know what it is either. Thursday 31 6:00 7:00 The KPFA News (rebroadcast) The Ungodly Hours With Bill Schechner. Bill's special guest is Richard Nixon, who explains why he puts katsup on his cottage cheese. 28 AUGUST 1972 pag Bgg sHSEIlSi " "" Morning Concert : George Cleve The music you want to hear or hear again program of requests from KPFA listeners. 1 1 :00 Morning Reading An unscheduled flight from KPFA's Drama and Literature Department. 11:30 Mind's Ear: Sufi Meditation Pir Vilayat expects you to join in physical ex- ercises for centering-that's followed by a short demon- stration of chanting and a series of meditations on light. [Big Sur Recordings | 12:30 Asian Media 1:45 News Headlines 7:30 The Radio: Horror Special This hair raising STEREO double bill features two chilling masterpieces of horror, The Monkey's Paw by W.W. Jacobs and The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe. Low lights and trusted company are recom- mended to the courageous listeners who dare let these blood curdling tales into their homes. With Timothy Jerome, Patrick Shea and Martin Gleitsmen. Technical effects by David Rapkin. [WBAI) 8:00 Do It Yourself Divorce . . . or If Lovers Can't Be Friends It's always been easier to tie the knot than to get it untied. The situation might be changing. A half hour of demystification of the legalities involved and some reference points for further study. Produced by Marsha Bartlett. 2:00 3:00 Open Hour A free hour for the current crisis. Afternoon Music: Charles Amirkhanian LOUISE TALMA: Piano Sonata No. 2; ROGER SESSIONS: From My Diary; HENRY COVJELL: Episode, Invention, Six Ings Plus One; DONALD LYBBERT: Sonata Brevis Herbert Rogers, piano [CRI SD 281] ; SHEILA BOOTH: Is Anybody Out There electronic tape (1971 ); and other selections to be announced. 5:30 Commentary: Charles Brousse He thought up the Larkspur town meeting, and he has a special interest in ecological issues. 6:00 The KPFA News 7:00 Sports: Dave Meggy esy The pro football dropout with his program on sports and their place in modern society. KPFA FOLIO 8:30 Off We Go...? What kind of women join the Air Force; how a are they discriminated against by the military: and is the role of women changing in the service? This program ex- plores these questions with interviews with Air Force Re- cruiters, WAF's and other people who are employed by the US Air Force. The interviewers are Pat Roberto and Jan Legnitto, who produced it. [A Special Report] 9:30 Live Music From the Boarding House in San Francisco. Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. 1 1 :00 Joshua: The Uhu Sleep Only During the Day A journey through unknown space and time. 3:00 Phil Jackson: Jazz on FM For the people's mind . . . 29 Fast Eddie's Classified REAL ESTATE Home and Investments KPFA spoken here. To buy or sell (a home, lot or income property) tune in with us. Tepping Realty Co., Berkeley, TH 3-5353. Specializing in the unusual Why not list with an active in- terracial office that believes in integrated neighborhoods? Call and let's talk. 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A Statement by the Subscribers Organizing Committee We believe that people have the right to be involved in and have control over those institutions which affect their lives. And we believe that when this condition comes to exist at KPFA there will be produced the kind of vitality that will give the station a turning-point impact on the total society. Specifically, we present the following to serve as a basis for discussion leading tovard such vitality: 1. That the Executive Membership, originally a part of the Pacifica Foundation By-Laws, be revised and be given its original authority to elect the Board of Directors of the station. 2. That membership in the Executive Membership be ex- tended to anyone who has subscribed to KPFA for over one year at some time in the past and who has contribu- ted at least SO hours of approved volunteer work for the station or who has donated at least $100. to the capital funds of the station. 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